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seemingly undisturbed. >> san francisco police responded to four different side shows between late saturday and early sunday, but people say they did nothing. >> police said they made no arrests and there were no injuries, but one man said, you know what, that's not true. he has the hospital bills to prove it. >> and he talked to lucy penapea who is live. luce? >> reporter: the man you are about to meet says he is still shaken by the attack, and every time he hears a loud car noise, he is taken back to that moment when he thought he was about to lose his life. first came the loud noise of burning tires at 2:00 a.m. then this attack. >> i have a concussion, and i could have been killed easily. >> reporter: the san frncisco resident who prepared to remain anonymous in fear for his life said he walked outside his clinton street apartment. he made a comment about the side show thinking he was surrounded by other neighbors. but instead several people
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turned around and chased him. >> to the entryway of my building, and he hit me two to three times in the face, broke my nose in two places. >> reporter: police say this was one of four side shows that broke out all across san francisco, with 50 to 100 people each blocking roads for 15 to 20 minutes. did you see police officers out here? >> i saw one police vehicle. i was under the false assumption that the area was secure, but in hipd police were outnumbered. >> i understand it was quite well organized. >> reporter: they confirmed there was no arrests, no citations and no injuries at the other four locations. but this man's face tells another story. >> we need to deal with the violation associated with what happened in this particular case. >> reporter: the mayor said sfpd officers were able to figure out
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locations and responded. >> part of the challenge we have is we need to strengthen our laws like oakland did and have the ability to confiscate the vehicles that are involved in these side shows. >> reporter: we spoke to a member of the san francisco police department who confirmed they are working on finding a solution, but it's a question of resources and public safety. in san francisco, luze news. >> so if there were what were they doing if there were no arrests? >> reporter: they're basically taking notes, taking down license plates and working to identify who these people might be. back to you. >> thank you. oakland's former police chief is breaking her silence after being abruptly fired last week. caught off guard, she is firing back at the mayor and the police commission that voted to oust her. reporter laura anthony is live
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in the newsroom with what the former chief had to say tonight. laura? >> reporter: that's right, dan, anne kirkpatrick said she will not be going away quietly, saying explosive things about the way she was treated, saying there might be legal action and a lot more to come for the real reasons on her abrupt firing. >> i don't think they ever had confidence in me. >> reporter: anne kirkpatrick is firing back at a city commission and olivia schaaf for her abrupt firing last thursday. are you upset or angry? >> not angry. i will tell you i'm disappointed. i'm embarrassed. >> reporter: commission chair regina jackson said the chief's firing was without cause. but jackson went on to say that the commission had lost confidence in kirkpatrick who had openly sparred with commissioners in past meetings. >> i am not going to have a police chief speak to our staff
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in that manner. >> reporter: they also criticized her for failing to fire four officers involved in a 2018 shooting that left joseph pollack dead. do you feel like the mayor turned on you? she was oe of your biggest supporters. >> i was surprised and disappointed in her, yes. i was disappointed. > reporter: why? >> i believed her. >> reporter: unlike those who fired her, kirkpatrick believed she had made significant progress toward complying with the federal monitor's goals, including violence reduction and hiring more women and minority officers. kirkpatrick told us she will ask the u.s. department of justice to investigate, and she's considering legal action against the city. abc 7 news has learned the base f -- basis for her legal claim may be alleged retaliation for her refusal to grant special favors to at least one member of the police commission.
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a memo says the chief was worried about retaliation because she would not approve the reimbursement of towing fees for gelane harris.harris >> reporter: there are things you don't know about behind the scenes. >> i will know. in distance and time, i will be sharing the significant information that will be forthcoming. >> reporter: kirkpatrick also has advice for anyone wishing to be oakland's next chief. >> do not come to oakland because they will not have a job for long. and they need to think twice. >> reporter: is it toxic? >> yes. the political environment can be toxic. >> reporter: now, we could not reach commissioner harris, but we did hear back from commission chair regina jackson who told us any assertion that kirkpatrick's firing was some kind of retaliation for her refusal to do favors is, quote, completely unfounded and untrue.
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in the newsroom, laura anthony, abc 7 news. >> laura, thank you. demands for action tonight following a racially charged attack in san francisco. a video shows it all. a man robbing and assaulting a senior citizen. news anchor deion lynn has the video and possible solutions to the violence. >> there were two racially charged incidents in the bay area in 2017 and 2018. this recent incident has city officials responding quickly. it's a disturbing video that has gotten worldwide attention. a video posted to instagram showing an older asian man in san francisco's bayview neighborhood, collecting empty cans, being confronted, assaulted and humiliated by another man as others watch. >> the video is very disgusting to see the elderly abuse that was taking place.
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>> reporter: supervisor shimon walton viewed the video monday, saying he will start the ban to help communities. >> we're actually working on bringing on somebody internally that can work with our office to coordinate how we respond and intervene in violence. >> reporter: also part of the solution, the committee's ambassador program formed in 2010 performing racially motivated attacks on aging seniors. a team we spoke to in nearby mission valley said they wished they were present and scheduled to work on weekends. do you think that would help in this situation? >> yes, i think so. but if my johnny, the one assigned to my team, maybe he could have been there to talk to him to let him know what was going on and possibly help him get out of there. >> reporter: while racial slurs can be heard in the video, san francisco police have not yet called the incident a hate crime. they are investigating and
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attempting to locate and identify the victim and witnesses. offers to help the victim and his family financially are pouring in from across the globe, and in the meantime, sfpd asks anyone who knows anything about the incident to call their anonymous tip line. in the newsroom, dion news. students at oakland high school will return to school tomorrow but not on their own campus. parents demanded answers today about tests to see if a cancer-causing dchemical is present. they found tce in nearby groundwater. teams started testing the water in the building on saturday. >> the preliminary tests we saw on saturday showed what we were hoping, and that is 0% tce inside the school. >> they have no idea what is acceptable. >> reporter: the students will attend classes tomorrow at three
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other schools within two miles of their own campus. ninth graders will go to ralph bunch, 10th and 11th graders to westlake middle and 12th grade to oak lake high school. >> we want to know if things have changed. >> a year ago there were people openly using drugs over there. what have you done? >> reporter: take a ride with the bart manager and phil mctier to see what b.a.r.t. is doing to keep areas clean. coming up on "7 on your side" does the math, and the results may surprise you. a long, dry spell continues. there is a chance for rain by
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b.a.r.t. has struggled with the bay area's rising homeless crisis just as the cities have. >> remember a couple years ago images of rampant drug use at san francisco civic center station went viral. >> a bay area insider phil mctier showed up at civic center. >> he wanted to see how they were cleaning up that mess and keeping it from happening again. >> people's impressions of b.a.r.t. happens before they even get on the system.
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the stations. looking around here, this looks a lot better than it did a year ago. a year ago there were people openly using drugs a year ago. what have you done? >> we have really focused on the station's first appearance. >> why wasn't is cleaned before? it seems like a no-brainer, go out and clean the station. >> i think -- >> it wasn't a priority. >> i don't think so, phil. i think we always were trying to keep the stations clean. we had to double down with the challenges. some of the challenges from the bay area, you know, the homelessness and some of the mental illness, some of that started to creep into our system, and we weren't paying attention to that, that i'll give you. we've regrouped now, and i can walk you through civic and it's darn clean. >> we've got one guy here playing a mandolin, trying to make a couple bucks, a couple panhandlers, but i got to say all in all, this hallway is a lot cleaner than it was a year ago. a year ago there were people
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lined up here whacked out of their skulls on drugs. >> there isn't a piece of garbage debris in the entire hallway compared to what it was before. >> how did we do that? how many cops do we have now patrolling this area? >> we have a station post here, but it really has been a partnership with the city of san francisco and b.a.r.t. pd. what you want is folks walking throughout the system, you know, walking the hall, making sure there's no trouble, go do something else, and walk back again so you and i can't set up camp here. it's that roving presence that keeps folks safe and keeps the system nice and clean. >> when you first saw the photos of what was going on here, what was your reaction? >> it was heartbreaking, phil. for me, heartbreaking because of how important i think b.a.r.t. is to the bay area. and i tell my staff that i bleed b.a.r.t. blood. you know, that i have so much vested in b.a.r.t., i want
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b.a.r.t. to succeed, and when i saw that, it was disheartening. it was very troubling for me as one of the leaders of b.a.r.t. at the time. >> why did it take so long for b.a.r.t. to react? >> again, i think that was maybe at the start of this epidemic that the bay area is facing right now, that we all have got to come together to try to solve the homelessness crisis. but that was right at the beginning, phil. that was, what, 18 months ago, two years ago, that this was at the peak? >> there is a saying, i hear it all the time. b.a.r.t. is reflective of the bay area. whatever problems or anything you have on the streets, you're going to see them on b.a.r.t. the fact is also that people expect, when they go into b.a.r.t., that that trouble is not going to be there, that it's going to be safe. >> that's right. >> they know you'll get them there on time, but they want it safe. >> i want it safe. i can't agree more. the trouble should stop, whatever the trouble, at the gates. >> and we are posting all of our b.a.r.t. week stories to our
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website, and to our abc 7 news app. we have a place where you can ask your b.a.r.t. questions and we will try to get you some answers. >> we will, indeed, and it will be there all week long. in the meantime, it looks like we'll have nice weather for b.a.r.t. week, because so far no rain. >> here's a live look at doppler 7. we have clear skies across the bay area right now after a very mild to warm day. a view, sort of, of the exploratorium camera looking out over the bay. it is currently 58 in san francisco, 68 in oakland, 72 in redwood city and 54 in pacifica. it's 62 degrees in santa rosa, petaluma 59, napa 61, fairfield 64, concord 67. pretty mild just about everywhere. these are our forecast features. we'll have clear skies overnight
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except for maybe a patch or two of fog in the hills. we'll have more warm and sunny days coming our way through friday. and no rain is likely to fall in the bay area before march 1st, but that's only a few days away now. looking over the embarcadero from our rooftop camera, we have had no measurable rainfall here in the bay ar, and that includes san francisco which, by the way, last year in february had nearly eight inches of rain. that's here in the city. the highest rainfall total in the month of february ever in san francisco was back in 1998, almost 15 inches of rain fell that february, but this year looks like we're going to have a completely dry month. it may not last very long, though. we're looking at our projection for rainfall totals on march 1st, which is just six days away now. san francisco may pick up about .400 of an inch of rain
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because there is a system approaching us, and it might bring some rainfall. follow this forecast animation beginning at 2:00 p.m. on saturday. notice rain approaching the coastline, but march 1st, sunday morning, you'll see the rain has not yet arrived, so we will probably have completed the entire month of february without any measurable rainfall. the rain is likely to move in sometime sunday morning, but it doesn't look like it will lot of rain, maybe just a couple hundr hundredths of an inch. temperatures tomorrow in the mid-40s. look for sunny to mild conditions once again. we'll see mild at 66 in half moon bay, 74, 75 degrees at san jose and morgan hill. the inland east bay, mid-70s in all locations. up in the north bay tomorrow, we'll probably see high temperatures around 80 degrees, and santa rosa and cloverdale,
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it is indeed a much more warmer day than average. mostly sunny skies and mild to warm weather through friday. finally on saturday, some clouds move in, it becomes much cooler. in fact, high temperatures from friday to saturday will drop about 10 or 12 degrees in many locations. sunday there is our next chance of rain. it doesn't look like it will amount to much, but we'll cheer its arrival. >> let's have a parade. >> is it going to rain on your parade? >> we're hoping. thanks, spencer. when we heard them yelling out "help," we thought it must be someone else. sdp >> but it turned out t
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chase. make more of what's yours. a palo alto husband and wife hope to go home from the hospital soon after being lost for a week in the wilderness of marin county. >> the 72-year-old and the 77-year-old said they got lost after sunset when they were going on a hike for valentine's day. >> why were you searching that particular area? >> we had been assigned that drainage because a lot of times people end up in the drainage, it hadn't been covered yet. we were up there seeking with
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the canine, and we just heard them yelling. >> he has been trained to smell a piece of their clothing and then they go out and see if they can find them? >> no, he is not scent-specific. he'll find any human scent whether they're alive or wanot. we did not expect to find anyone alive. the fact they were alive a mazes me and i'm still elated that we were able to get them home. >> they were then asked what to do so it doesn't happen to you. >> if you believe you'll be out after dark, make sure you have another light source other than your phone because it will die in a few minutes. make sure you let others know you're heading out and stick with your plan instead of
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deviating. hollywood mogul harvey weinstein is now in the hospital. earlier today he was taken into custody after being convicted on rape and sexual assault charges involving two women in new york city. weinstein was headed to jail at rikers island when he started complaining of chest pain and had to go to bellevue hospital to get checked out. today's verdicts could check the 67-year-old to prison for up to 29 years. the same panel also acquitted him on two more serious charges that carried life sentences. weinstein will return to court in manhattan for sentencing on march 11th. he also faces sexual assault charges in los angeles. thousands of fans honored kobe bryant and his daughter gianna. today's memorial came almost a month after they and seven others died in a helicopter crash. >> reporter: beyonce kicked off
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the memorial, singing what she said was one of kobe bryant's favorite songs. the ceremony was held on a symbolic date, 2/24, two numbers representing kobe and gianna's jersey numbers. it was also held in a special location, the kobe center, where bryant had been a lakers star for two decades. >> i love you guys. >> vanessa bryant. >> reporter: vanessa bryant gave an emotional tribute to her two loved ones. >> i cannot imagine life without her. natalie and bianca and capri love you so much, gigi. >> in the game of basketball, in life, as a parent, kobe left nothing in the tank. >> reporter: the event is being called a celebration of life.
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>> but i want my daughters to know and remember the amazing person, husband and father he was. >> reporter: honoring and celebrating the looifives of ko and gianna bryant with people celebrating the family in l.a. and around the world. the memorial today also honored the seven others who died in that helicopter crash. all contributions will go to the mamba and mambacita foundation. house speaker nancy pelosi was back in the bay area today. we joined her on a tour of san francisco's chinatown where the conversation focused on two issues: coronavirus and criticism. plus, getting guns away from people who shouldn't have them is becoming a team effort in the south bay.
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we choose to go to the and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard. president kennedy knew settling for half-measures wasn't good enough. so when candidates say we can't guarantee health care for all, make college affordable for all, combat climate change, or create a world at peace, remember that america is best when we strive to do big things, even when it's hard. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message.
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of millions of americans during wall strethe recession.advantage so, my wife kat and i took action. we started a non-profit community bank with a simple theory - give people a fair deal and real economic power.
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invest in the community. in businesses owned by women and people of color. in affordable housing. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson politicians in washington could use right now. i'm tom steyer, and i approve this message. a political bigwig made a trip today to san francisco's chinatown, speaker of the house nancy pelosi. she hoped to spur business in part of her district hit hard by fears about the coronavirus. >> business owners in chinatown
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say fewer people are coming to the area. >> pelosi hopes to prove that visitors have nothing to fear or worry about. >> nbc4's david louie was with her. >> reporter: as luck would have it, a power outage happened on nancy pelosi's walk at a cookie factory. she made it clear that no one will get the coronavirus coming here. >> it's safe to come here. we're here to show you not only that it's safe, but to say thank you for coming to chinatown. >> others acknowledge they're in fragile condition with foot traffic and sales down. >> we want to show people our businesses in survival here. we have a lot of great places for people to see. >> reporter: owner chan tan was thrilled when nancy pelosi came down and walked. the power even came back on. leaders wrapped up the one-hour
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visit to chinatown. >> it was time for labor union members to show their support for her. here in her home district, the speaker was so you aurrounded b workers who found her supportive of higher wages and the ability to organize. >> thank you for carrying us on our shoulders. we carry you in every building, every hotel, every building, every parking lot. >> reporter: many of these workers come in close contact with the public and could be at risk for infectious diseases, nancy pelosi said the next bill calls for cuts of 10% from rae agencies. >> i support person who seems to have support for what we are doing.
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iran, italy and south korea have seen dramatic spikes in cases. towns in italy are being sealed off to contain the outbreak. more than 2,600 deaths have the outbreak, and 80,000 people are infected. they're still not sure if the virus will settle down or spread faster. >> the virus may settle down into a seasonal pattern of transmission or could accelerate into a full-blown, global pandemic. >> reporter: the spread to other countries is raising fears the virus could cause economic slowdowns. those concerns played out today on wall street. stocks were hammered in one of the biggest selloffs since february 2018, particularly airline stocks. the dow jones plunged points, the nasdaq fell 355
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points. we have learned a 1-year-old girl injured in a hit and run has died. sky 7 flew above the scene at mantas roads. the girl was in the crosswalk. the truck hit her before 3:30 this afternoon. they are looking for a black chevrolet truck that appears to be lifted, meaning it has special elevated suspension system, so it is fairly distinctive. we'll be thinking about that girl's family all evening, but we'll move on. in the south bay, thousands of people are told to surrender their guns every year because of domestic violence. only a small number are actually held accountable. santa clara county is starting a new program to change that. chris nguyen has the story from san jose. >> in santa clara county, a new law enforcement team could be created to identify and remove firearms from gangsters, felons
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or those who are the victims vic orders. this week county supervisors could vote on a plan to add five new members to the district attorney's crime strategist unit, including a designated prosecutor and investigatoinves using a combination of grant money and funds. >> if we don't get our hands around it, we'll continue to see carnage and devastation. >> there was a murder suicide driven by a family dispute in what would become one of the deadliest killings in the city. aggravated assaults have been on the rise in san jose in recent years, but police continue to plug away, getting illegal weapons off the street as seen here in pictures shared by the department. >> any time there is a weapon involved, it's going to be dangerous. and so we approach that very carefully. >> reporter: city and county officials urging the public to call 911 if
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r or witness of gun violence. >> through this county, they are actually deploying a strategy to disarm dangerous people. the goal is to keep the perpetrator as far away from the victim as possible. it shouldn't be up to the victim to say, i think the person still has firearms. how would like a personal flying vehicle that can take off and land from a regular cars parking lot? >> we got to see one in action. meet this team's invention hoping to place in an upcoming competition. i would at least take an hour to get through the bay bridge and then drive through the financial area where i work.
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>> driving is not always an option to get to
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self-driving cars are already in the works, and the
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next step could be something we could only fantasize about, a flying vehicle. >> a group is working to make it happen as they prepare for a competition this week in the bay area. >> reporter: why ride a bike when you can fly one instead? >> we basically take what's best about the helicopter, the vertical takeoff and landing, and the cruising, and put them in one package. >> this group is from the netherlands. they spent the past two years designing and building the s-1 aircraft from scratch. >> the exciting thing is that you draw something on paper and then you start building it, and then it comes out and looks like this. it already looks very sleek, in my opinion. >> reporter: the s-1 was tethered today as the group continued practice drills. they're here for the boeing global fly competition to be held later this week at moffatt field. they're the only student group to qualify. >> we did most of the inventing
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and all the inspirations, we did all of it ourselves. >> reporter: it can take off from almost anywhere. it's powered by green technology. >> imagine never being stuck in traffic again. >> reporter: flying vehicles are most likely a decade from being sold to the public. but this group says right now this is the answer. record high temperatures could be reached this week. >> as spencer tracks the tom steyer will beat donald trump on the economy. his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians
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as we've mentioned, we're devoting this week of our building a better bay area coverage to b.a.r.t. >> why do you take b.a.r.t. or why do you decide not to take b.a.r.t. as commuters scramble for the best way to get around the bay area, cost really is a factor. >> it's true, and it goes up all the time. he did a little comparison shopping. >> that's one way of putting it. we asked what they pay every day to get to work and back. it turns out b.a.r.t. is the
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most cost efficient, but depending on how close you live to a station, not always. we looked at one east bay commuter and the four options she considered. the results, well, they may surprise you. >> i travel from alameda to san francisco, and i think the best way to commute is -- >> what is the best way? lydia tom has several options for her daily commute from alameda to downtown san francisco and back home again. she knows which one she likes. >> it's very easy to get there and back. >> reporter: but which is the most cost effective? we did the math. >> i probably would not be able to carpool. >> reporter: she could drive which a lot of commuters feel gives them the most flexibility. or does it? >> i would probably lose at least an hour to get through the bay bridge, then drive into the financial district where i work. >> reporter: not only would she be mired in traffic, it would be expensive. according to the irs' mileage
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allowance, it costs about 58 cents per mile to drive a car. multiply that by 26 miles round trip for lydia. it would cost $15.08 per day for gas and maintenance. up it with the bridge toll and she's up to 22 bucks a day. we did find a $20 all-day flat rate parking for early birds. add it to that total, and it brings her daily total to $42 a day. >> it's too expensive. and i wouldn't do it. >> what about ab transit? from alameda to san francisco is $12 round trip. she would get dropped off at the transit center a half mile from her work. economical, but what about b.a.r.t.? >> i would first have to get to b.a.r.t. from my house. >> reporter: here's the breakdown. she could drive four miles to the closest b.a.r.t. station,
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the one at fruitvale, and park all day in a reserved space for $6. she could then take b.a.r.t. to embarcadero for $8.40 round trip, factoring in $4.80 for mileage and her b.a.r.t. cost would be $19.20. it's a little more than a bus, a lot less than driving. but her cheapest option is also her favorite. she's heading there now. >> definitely the ferry. >> reporter: lydia can ride the ferry for $10.80 round trip. parking at alameda is free, but she's near both sides of the bay. >> when it's a nice day, you can go outside and see the skyline in the background while you're going home. i love it. >> reporter: with the sun setting behind her, traffic jams above her, she's floating peacefully home. so here's a comparison for lydia. driving is by far the most
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expensive at $42 per day. b.a.r.t. costs less than half that at $19.20. ac transit costs $12, and the ferry was the most economical at $10.80 round trip. i posted links on abc so you can find the cheapest way for your commute. by the way, let me know what you find out. >> that's really interesting. >> i want to hear from you even if it's not about a commute. the 7 on your side hotline is open from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. you can also reach me on my facebook page and >> shethe ferry is a sweet ride. spencer? weav've been talking a lot about our rainfall deficit in the bay area, but the sierra snowpack is only at 50% average
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statewide. it's really dwindled significantly during this dry spell, and it's going to remain dry for a while. there's our forecast animation starting at midnight saturday night -- actually, that was midday into saturday morning. did i say midday saturday? what i meant was it was midnight friday night, saturday morning and now that we're going into saturday afternoon, no rain in the bay area. going into saturday night, still no rain. it looks like we might get a touch of some shower activity on sunday, which is march 1st, which would leave us with a completely dry february. overnight tonight, clear skies. breezy conditions, especially in the hills. highs tomorrow under sunny skies, mid-60s at the coast, low to mid-70s around the bay. near 80 in the inland areas. ara there will be sunny skies, maybe. a touch of shower activity coming near us on sunday. it's not going to amount to
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much, though. it's not going to make up the rainfall deficit we're experiencing right now. >> thanks, spencer. on to sports, of course. the big memorial today for kobe bryant. >> an unimaginable loss and a celebration of life today for tomtrump on the economy.ald his people over profits plan makes a living wage a right. creates thousands of good paying green jobs in california. and provides a 10% tax cut for everyone making under $250,000. tom's plan also makes health care a right, by adding a public option to obamacare. protects union negotiated plans. and ensures californians can make their own health care choices. i'm tom steyer
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try to win by attacking, now, we know the trump strategy- distorting, dividing. mr. president: it. won't. work. newspapers report bloomberg is the democrat trump fears most. as president, universal healthcare that lets people keep their coverage if they like it. a record on job creation. a doable plan to combat climate change. i led a complex, diverse city through 9-11 and i have common sense plans to move america away from chaos to progress! i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. it's been nearly a month since the tragic helicopter
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crash in southern california that took the life of kobe bryant, his daughter gianna and seven others. today on 2/24, a celebration of life was held in the house that kobe built. athletes from across the sports world, family, friends and entertainers all paid their respects to kobe and gigi. those who took the mic were emotional. >> he taught them how to be brave andow to keep pushing forward when things got tough. >> through gigi, through me, and women's investment in girls' basketball. that was his great act. basketball in many ways was just a metaphor. >> i'll be sure to teach natalia, bianca and baby capri all your moves. kobe, you're the mvp. i love you, my man. until we meet again.
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>> if you love someone, if you have a strong passion for something, you will troo e extreme to try to understand and get it. now he's got me. i told my wife i wasn't going to do this because i didn't want to see that for the next three or four years. an nhl trade came and went early this afternoon. longtime shark joe thorn ton wa not traded. it's been mentioned he would like to be traded to a contender but he stays in san jose. patrick marlin stayed with the penguins for a traditional pick. marlin's wife christina said pittsburgh was his favorite team
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growing up. you can see martin in a pittsburgh uniform. six-year man barclay was a third-round pick. go goodreau had 26 points this season. giants beat the d-backs 11-9. brewers win 17-4. i tracked down the players and asked about my baseball card. >> so i played a little college ball back in the day and i had this baseball card. there is a little mustache back there at 17. initial thoughts on the mustache? >> honestly, i didn't even see it. >> you have to zoom in. >> do you see my car? >> look at that.
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a sunbird. >> how old are you? >> probably 19 or 20 here. >> dang. that was a long time ago. >> what's a baseball card mean to a baseball player? >> when it first happens, you're like, that's kind of cool. you grew up, obviously, collecting cards being a baseball fan, and once you get it, it's pretty cool to have. >> i think my first, like, real card was a national team. >> i had one back home. it's a crazy thing. i had a bunch of albums and having any own card feels special. >> yes, i have my rookie cards somewhere. i tried to sign them and give them to fans. i think they'll appreciate it more than i will. >> i wasn't really big on baseball cards growing up, so to me it wasn't like the biggest thing, but obviously having something like that is cool. >> for me saving this college one is like -- >> no. everyone does their own thing.
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>> it's somewhere. >> i love it! >> you have full facial hair now. >> thanks, chris. join us tonight for abc 7 news at 11:00. i'm in the south bay. the government is officially ordering the largest reservoir to be drained. the reasons why and reaction at 11:00. dozens of b.a.r.t. employees are taking home over six-figure checks. they are asking them to explain. tonight you can watch "the bachelor," the go"the good doct" >> we appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> i'm amanda gates. we hope you have a good evening. >> we'll see you at 11:00.
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♪ this is "jeopardy!" here are today's contestants-- a professor from seattle, washington... a lawyer from toronto, ontario, canada... and our returning champion, a program development director from tulsa, oklahoma... ...whose 5-day cash winnings total... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!"--alex trebek! thank you, johnny. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. welcome to our show.
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did you notice mackenzie? she's on a 5-day roll, and she gave you all one of these, huh? [ laughter ] watch out, jennifer. watch out, steve. my claws are out. [ laughter ] let's see how things work out. welcome aboard, good luck. here we go, into the jeopardy! round and today we feature in the first round these categories... that sounds strange. sounds easy. and... and mackenzie, you go first. let's do lifetime movie titles for $200. - mackenzie. - what is honeymoon? - right. - lifetime for $400.


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